@w00master: what? The cut off period would be 31st December. Anything released in January is eligible for that years GOTY award, which is deliberated and given the following January.
You're not understanding what I'm saying. If you moved GOTY to January, the cutoff period would have to change - most likely not include games in January of earlier that year (like in my example before: you wouldn't be able to include Monster Hunter World) vs what we have currently which is cutting off December. It's basically an endless feedback loop then: GOTY in dec (like it is now)? Well, can't really count games in Dec. Likewise, move GOTY to Jan? You wouldn't be able to include games from January from the previous year. So which is it? That's the feedback loop. In either case, you'd have to not include one of the months in the year.
I think the additional problem is that you run into a feedback loop on this as games do come out in January. So what do you do about the January games then for GOTY? As an example, "Night in the Woods" was released in January, as was "Monster Hunter World."
Eventually, you have to decide when to do GOTY and establish some sort of "cut off period." In either case, there will be games that are released during that time.
- If there's a floor above an NPC or group of NPCs, then shoot a silenced gun shot above the NPC(s). (One of the) NPC will hear the gun shot, but think it's coming from the floor above them. They will actually seek it out, thereby clearing you of at least one of the NPC in a given room.
- Side note: gun shots can be used as distractions too.
- Shooting the main security computer center is faster than actually walking up to it and going through the animation.
- Speaking of shooting instead of going through the animation, you can do the same with the following: power generators, power boxes, water faucets, gas valves, power strips, car batteries, (there are more)
Kotti (inventor of Hitman Roulette) has updated his Roulette tool to include Hitman 2 missions! Please note that they’re all under Hitman since there’s no difference in the season 1 maps under Hitman 2. For Blood Money fans, Hitman Roulette works for this as well!
Kotti (inventor of Hitman Roulette) has updated his Roulette tool to include Hitman 2 missions! Please note that they’re all under Hitman since there’s no difference in the season 1 maps under Hitman 2.